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Students set up altars in honor of Mexican holiday, Día del Los Muertos

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The students have been working with Spanish Teacher Monica Doubal on setting up their very own altars for Día del Los Muertos celebrated November 1st and 2nd. On November 1st and 2nd, all members of the USL community, especially parents, are invited to see the “Día del Los ...

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Guest Speakers offer USL students opportunities to learn from the experts

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USL values students learning and understanding the world through experiences and experts. We want to empower USL students to be engaged in civic life. We are building life skills in our students to foster future leaders. These values drive our program of hosting Guest Speakers. USL welcomes current parents, grandparents, ...

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USL Students Explore Hampton Park and the Citadel

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In December, with Hampton Park as our home base, we learned more about the Park, explored The Citadel, discovered more about Denmark Vesey, enjoyed socializing, and had fun with PE and field activities.

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USL Students deliver joy during Holiday Break Service Program

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Watch this video recap of our service program over the Holiday Break.

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Jennie Stephens, Center for Heirs’ Property Preservation CEO, helps USL students learn about heirs’ property issues for LOTC

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On September 30, Dr. Jennie Stephens, CEO of the Center for Heirs’ Property Preservation, based in Charleston, spoke with our students. She also fielded questions from our students. Our school has a solid civics and understanding government component: we watch the news every day to stay abreast of current ...

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College of Charleston Professor, Dr. Kendra Stewart, speaks for LOTC

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On September 23, Dr. Kendra Stewart, Professor and Director of the Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Center for Livable Communities at the College of Charleston spoke with our students about federalism and all of the types of government that exist in America. She was very engaging, beginning her presentation with ...

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Why USL Students Conduct Exit Polls and Watch the News

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Jason Kreutner, founder and Head of School at University School of the Lowcountry, shared these insights with the USL community via email on October 7, 2018: In order to prepare to be better-informed citizens of the community and the world, University School students annually conduct Election Day exit ...